We look forward to tomorrow's big game
We look ahead to tomorrow's npower League 2 game at Dagenham and Redbridge.
United will be forced into changes and will be without James Constable, JP Pittman and Harry Worley through injury as they face the Daggers. Constable damaged an ankle against Wycombe on Saturday while Pittman aggravated a hamstring problem. To make matters worse centre-half Worley then suffered a back injury in training and will also be missing the trip.
The U's welcome Michael Raynes back after suspension. The former Scunthorpe defender missed one game after a red card at Aldershot but is available again and challenges Michael Duberry for a place alongside skipper Jake Wright. Youngsters Callum O'Dowda and Sam Long are both likely to be on the bench.
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The Daggers come into the match off the back of a 1-0 victory at Exeter last weekend. a win put them five points clear of the drop zone. Manager Wayne Burnett is hoping that the win gives his side confidence coming into tomorrow's game:
“With the team coming into the game after a win, of course they are all brimming with confidence. I went to watch Oxford a little while back, they are a good side who have had some injury problems lately and haven’t been on a great run of form.
“We are all prepared, we’ve analysed the way they play, the way they set out and their strengths and weaknesses “
npower League 2, Saturday 13th April, kick-off 3.00pm
London Borough of Barking & Dagenham Stadium, Victoria Road, Dagenham, RM10 7XL
Oxford United fans have been allocated covered seating in the Traditional Builders Stand.
Because tickets are cheaper if purchased in advance we have tickets for this game which are now on general sale at the following prices:
ADVANCE ON THE DAY
Adults £19.00 £22.00
Over 65 £13.00 £15.00
*Students £13.00 £15.00
Under 18 £13.00 £15.00
Wheelchair disabled supporters £13.00 (including free carer) can secure their seats by calling 020 85921549.
Ambulant disabled supporters £13.00 in advance, £15.00 on the day (including free carer).
TRAVEL (77 miles from Oxford)
From the North or West, follow the M25 Clockwise until junction 27 and take the M11 towards London. Proceed along the M11 and as the road splits at the end of the motorway follow the signs for A406 South & A13. There are speed cameras along this road and the speed limit is 50 mph. After 5 miles, take the slip road on the left signposted A13 Dagenham, Tilbury and Southend. There are speed cameras along this road and the speed limit is 40 mph.
Go under the underpass and over the flyover and with the leisure complex on your left bear left onto the A1306 signposted Dagenham East. At the fifth set of lights with McDonalds in front of you, tern left onto the A1112, Ballards Road. The speed limit is 30mph and there is a speed camera on your left. At the Bull Roundabout bear left and go past Dagenham East Tube Station. Victoria Road is the fifth turning on the left.
LONDON ROAD CLUB COACHES:
All tickets have now been sold for the travel club coaches for this game
Tickets are now on general sale for our remaining home league game:
Rochdale (Season Ticket Voucher Number 23) Saturday April 20th, kick-off 3.00pm
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